This litigation relates to Fuel Injection Systems purchased directly from a Defendant.

"Fuel Injection Systems" refers to products that admit fuel or a fuel/air mixture into engine cylinders and may include fuel injectors, high pressure pumps, rail assemblies, feed lines, electronic throttle bodies, engine control units, fuel pumps, fuel pump modules, pressure regulators, pulsation dampers, electronic throttle motors, as well as an array of meters (e.g., airflow meters and/or air mass meters), sensors (e.g., air mass sensors, altitude sensors, boost pressure sensors, cam position sensors, manifold absolute pressure sensors, mark sensors, phase sensors, pressure sensors, and/or speed sensor temperature sensors), and valves (e.g., check valves, cut-off valves, injection valves, and/or purge control valves), and other components sold as a unitary system, as part of a broader system, such as an engine management system, or as separate components. These listed parts are encompassed by the definition “Fuel Injection Systems” regardless of whether they are used in the Fuel Injection Systems or for some other purpose.

Proposed settlements have been reached with the MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC Defendants, the HIAMS Defendants, the MITSUBA Defendants, and the DENSO Defendants.

Under the terms of the proposed settlements, MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC will pay a total of $2,123,810, HIAMS will pay a total of $7,356,923, DENSO will pay a total of $100,000, and MITSUBA will pay a total of $529,716.

If you purchased Fuel Injection Systems in the United States directly from any of the Defendants during the period from January 1, 2000 through March 12, 2018, you may be a member of the MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC, HIAMS, DENSO, or MITSUBA Settlement Classes. If you believe you are a member of the MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC, HIAMS, DENSO, or MITSUBA Settlement Classes, please review the Notice, which contains information about the proposed settlements and your rights with respect to the settlements and related matters.

Please click here if you have any questions concerning this litigation, or need any additional information.

Important Dates

  • August 16, 2019
    Opt Out Deadline
  • August 16, 2019
    Objection Deadline
  • October 3, 2019 at 11:00 a.m.
    Final Approval Hearing
    Theodore Levin U.S. Courthouse
    Courtroom 252
    231 West Lafayette Boulevard
    Detroit, MI 48226